cite en Ucraniano

Pronunciación
v. цитувати, посилатися, наводити, перелічувати, згадувати, викликати, притягати до судовой відповідальності

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“Lone” violent extremists, it said, also remain a serious threat, citing the attack on April 15 last year during the Boston Marathon, which left three dead and 264 wounded.
(Voice of America)
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According to the Post, Chopey was being harassed by her neighbour, who was monitored for a period of two months, the paper said, citing three unidentified people with knowledge of the operation.
(Voice of America)
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According to one of the cases cited in court records, in one day in 2011 the hackers managed to steal about $824,000 U.S. dollars from the bank accounts of the company Haysite Reinforced Plastics, based in Erie, in the north-west of Pennsylvania.
(Voice of America)
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According to the report, Iran remains the main country to promote terrorism — in a list that also cited Syria, Cuba, and Sudan as sponsors.
(Voice of America)
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He cited the work that served as reference.
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Kamil Amin, citing reports from relatives of the victims, said some of the women are being held in schools in Mosul, the second largest city in Iraq.
(Voice of America)
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Officials did not say specifically when or where the operation took place, citing the need to protect the details of operation in order to preserve the ability to perform rescue missions in the future.
(Voice of America)
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I am citing the example of Moulinex, because the decision has just been taken.
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According to some sources, Noam Chomsky is the most cited living author.
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According to local media, citing the head of the media centre of the Ukrainian Defence Ministry in the Crimea, Vladislav Selezneva, one soldier was wounded and one killed during the assault.
The news service “Voice of America”
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Sinónimos

1. refer to a source: quote, allude to, excerpt, mention, point out, enumerate
2. summon: arraign, subpoena, call, ticket, order, enjoin


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